• WorldWide

    Fashion Weeks’ Street Style Tendencies

    When it comes to fashion, it’s difficult to say what exactly you should look for in trends. Sometimes it seems like the designers are all about functionality, other times it’s like they are trying to shock you and challenge the norms. There are also those designers who simply create styles that they find beautiful. Designers differ in their approaches and opinions, but street style is where fashion truly comes to life. We bring you street style tendencies from several biggest and most popular fashion weeks.

    New York rocked the prints


    It seemed like New York was all about prints! Girls wore different outfits, but they all had one thing in common – at least one of the pieces had some interesting print. With that in mind, whether it’s a vintage plaid shirt you discovered in your mum’s closet, a geometric print mini skirt you fell in love with, or a simple striped turtleneck that makes you look like you just came from the ‘70s, as long as you have a piece with a print, you’ll fit right in.

    Paris was all about seduction


    One thing’s for sure: Paris has always loved female beauty, and as the city of love, it’s only natural that ladies love to show off just how attractive and seductive they are. Long, warm coats under which you can spot a leather mini skirt and a crop top, skinny jeans, stiletto heels, thigh-high boots, wide belts that show off the slim waists, and oversized bomber jackets are all brought together to celebrate the beauty of Parisian women.

    Milan loved it colourful


    When it comes to Milan Fashion Week, the street style was bursting with bright colours and bold designs. A pink skirt and orange handbag, an oversized neon orange raincoat, vintage polka dot dresses with bright red shoes, and a retro combination of purple shoes and a mid-calf flowy skirt with a bright pink turtleneck and oversized glasses transformed the streets of Milan into a carnival. It seems as if nothing is forbidden and you can wear pretty much any outfit in any colour as long as you’re confident enough.

    London inspired by the world


    The streets of London were packed with people who weren’t afraid to experiment and incorporate different styles into their own, unique one. “More is more” approach seems to be working here, and it looks like there’s no way to push things too far: a blue suede dress with blue shoes and a blue coat? Why not?! Head-to-toe denim – pants, jacket, bag and a hat? Sounds good! Oversized everything – maxi dress, bulky ankle boots, and an oversized coat? Rock on! Drawing attention with bold combinations isn’t something bad, but rather something these ladies with unique styles enjoy doing.

    Australia cherishes simplicity


    Aussie women are known for their laid-back style and love for comfortable and versatile pieces. Boyfriend jeans, ripped denim skirts, flowy floral blouses, high waist pants and crop tops, and shoulder bags all speak volumes about the great love that Aussie girls have for versatility. One of the greatest surprises in Sydney was the focus on functionality and comfort when it comes to shoes. Everywhere you looked, comfortable Birkenstock Shoes from Australia were present, from simple slippers and sandals to sturdy leather ankle boots.

    Times are changing, and today, street style is just as famous and important as the runway shows themselves. As anyone who has ever wracked their brains coming up with the perfect outfit for a special occasion will tell you – dressing to impress others isn’t easy. On the contrary, even models, designers, and fashion editors have their bad days and struggle to find inspiration. Learn from the best and find inspiration in the street style of the world’s most famous fashion weeks.

  • New York

    Hakan Akkaya Is the New ‘Cool-Kid’ Of American Fashion

    New York, NY –Famed Turkish designer, Hakan Akkaya, made his New York Fashion Week debut on day two of NYFW: The Shows, instantly becoming the new “cool-kid” of fashion with his all-black collection that ripped any notion of black being ‘basic’ to shreds. Known internationally for his chic and uber edgy designs, Hakan Akkaya’s Fall/Winter 2017 runway showcased pieces that were sexy, edgy and questioned societal norms.  Hakan Akkaya’s collection emphasized “Sporty Couture” featuring both men’s and womenswear. Black dominated the collection, but silver zippers, harnesses, ruffled details, velvets, denim and metallic fabrics created stunning visual effects as the collection rolled down the runway.

    The show began with fiery red lights saturating the runway as guest awaited with bated breath for the designer’s newest collection. Turkish supermodel and celebrity  Cagla Sikel opened the show, setting the tone for the sexy, chic ensembles that followed.

    The collection entitled “Freedom” examined social issues through rich textures and jaw-dropping silhouettes that exuded a sense of the designer’s comfort and celebration of sexual, racial and gender equality.
    Stand out women’s pieces in the collection included a slinky, red-carpet worthy, metallic gunmetal sheer evening dress with a harmonious juxtaposition of soft and hard features including leather belted details and a ruffled bodice. Gorgeous slim leg pants with zipper and ruffle accents were paired perfectly with an asymmetric sheer top over a velvety-cropped halter.

    Guests were treated to a full men’s collection as well full of harnesses, belted coats and bondage themed garments that were tailored, but maintained an effortless ‘badass’ vibe.

    The designer’s ability combine seemingly over-the-top design details into masterful wardrobe pieces was evident in every design. His bold and audacious choices displayed the perfect amount of restraint leading to a catwalk full of edgy, yet perfectly tailored silhouettes.

    In a time when human rights and liberties are in jeopardy around the world, Hakan Akkaya used his fashion and art to make a statement that freedom is something that should be a right to all human beings regardless of their religion, race, background or sexual orientation. A male and female model sauntered down the runway in Hakan designed “Burka-esque” pieces that were added to the collection to support this statement of freedom and gender equality. The audience reaction to the show was palpable and after the shows conclusion crowds swarmed the entrance to the runway hoping to get a peek backstage and an up-close-and-personal view of the new “it” designer.

    About Hakan Akkaya

    Hakan Akkaya, professional fashion designer for 16 years, left his education in Bilkent University  (Architecture) to study Fashion Design at İstasyon Art Academy. After graduation, he started working as Design Department Manager for leading brands including Boyner Holding, Altınyıldız, Sarar among others within the Turkish textile industry. In 2010,he established his own atelier and firm. In 2012, he had the honor of becomi the first Turkish designer in “Who’s Next Paris” and “Bread & Butter” exhibitions. In addition to having served as a Consultant for the ITHIB (Istanbul Textile and Raw Materials Exporters Association), Akkaya also arranged and presented ITHIB’s 9th, 10th and 11th International Fabric Design Contests.

  • Toronto,  Vancouver

    Tips for the Fashion Week Newbie



    Hurray! It’s Vancouver Fashion Week, but what do I wear?

    Going to your first fashion week can sometimes seem a little daunting.
    After all, there are designers, models, artist, actors and the creme de la creme of the “beautiful people” world. Hold up! While this may be partly true, keep in mind the event is about fashion, having fun and looking good doing so.

    Your purpose is to check out the new collections; What are the “must haves” fashion pieces for next season and the newest and hottest designers to watch for next year. Let’s be honest; it’s also about seeing and being seen while showing off what YOUR style is. Yes, you may not be on the runway but you are attending the event and your appearance is important.

    Naz, Stylist- Mandy Carnahan, Shawn Carnahan, and Janai

    Here are a few tips to get you through this exciting event.

    1. Be yourself – You are your best self when you are comfortable in what you are wearing. By comfortable, I don’t mean wearing flats, Lulus, and a t-shirt. I mean the outfit that states “this is me, and I look stunning.” Be current, but be yourself.

    2. Trend statements – trends are constantly changing, hence the word “trend.” Changing your wardrobe every season to keep up with other fashionistas doesn’t mean, dare I say… you have YOUR style, it means you are a follower. Don’t be a follower, be a trendsetter. You can get statement pieces that are “trendy”- rock the bow tie, wear polka dots with stripes. If it’s you, be BOLD and own it!

    3. Shoes – Shoes make all the difference to an outfit. You could be wearing the most expensive attire and have a poorly made shoe, and it would ruin your outfit. Start your outfit out by picking your shoes than work your way up. The last thing you need is to have the perfect outfit, get to your front door and not have a pair that compliments what you are wearing.

    4. Confidence – Nothing in your wardrobe is more important than confidence. If you don’t have the confidence to pull it off, it won’t matter what you wear.

    Model: Siena Hutton

    5. Have fun – Sure people are judging, I’m judging right now, it’s human nature and who cares? When you sit in that chair and realize you get to watch your favorite designers showcase their newest collection LIVE, nothing else will matter.

    6. Remember – You can never be too overdressed. This is so true and even more true for fashion week.

    Janakie Singham
    Janakie Singham
  • Asian,  Austin,  Australia,  Las Vegas,  London,  Los Angeles,  New York,  Toronto,  WorldWide

    Aspirations to reduce waste and increase planet + animal love – Fauxgerty

    Heydoyou.com was invited to attend Fauxgerty fashion after party.

    There was a lot of fun at the party.


    They had a super cool DJ.


    And you could get your Tarot Readings by Crimson Kitty.


    And made beautiful Henna Tattoos by Mehndi NYC.

    Here is my tattoos!


    About Fauxgerty:

    The leather jacket is classic piece that has evolved through every era.

    Let’s keep the evolution moving, shall we?

    Founded in 2014 by Chrissy Fogerty, Fauxgerty is a vegan leather outerwear brand emphasizing intricate characteristics and hand-crafted processes, textural treatments and symbolism.




    Aspirations to reduce waste and increase planet + animal love:

    • Having close ties with their manufacturers allows them to produce their apparel in conjunction with their current demand to reduce waste. All of their pieces are designed in their hometown, Saint Louis, and sewn in New York City and Chicago by talented seamstresses all locally employed.
    • Online and in-store Fauxgerty purchases are packaged in a badass reusable bag (for green juice and cookies).
    • They’re always on the hunt for swank and innovative options to remain BFF with our planet. They utilize recycled fabrics and materials when possible and encourage you to rock your Fauxgerty piece(s) season after season and share the love when you do spring cleaning. When you bring your old clothes to their flagship, they will recycle it for you. Gravy! – you get 15% off of your next purchase + a high-five for being awesome.
  • Asian,  Australia,  Las Vegas,  London,  Los Angeles,  New York,  Toronto,  WorldWide

    My Life is A Play – Bloglovin’ x Ferragamo Fashion Week Party

    Salvatore Ferragamo and Bloglovin

    kicked off New York Fashion Week with cocktails and a very intimate performance full of mystery and intrigue on last Friday night!


    What a night!

    “There’s over 138 bloggers here,” we overheard someone say at the

    Ferragamo x Bloglovin’ party at The Box.




    Salvatore Ferragamo

    launched another fragrance from the Signorina collection,

    Signorina Misteriosa.


    Signorina Misteriosa completes the collection as the night-time,

    unpredictable and mysterious flanker of the scent.

    The contemporary chic silky nuances of orange blossom intertwine with the opulent sensuality of tuberose, casting a subtly seductive spell.

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    The face of the perfume is model Grace Hartzel.
  • Asian,  Austin,  Australia,  Bitty,  Las Vegas,  London,  Los Angeles,  New York,  Toronto,  WorldWide

    Nicholas K Fall 2016 Runway Show at Skylight Moynihan Station

    Heydoyou.com attended Nicholas K Fall 2016 Runway Show at Skylight Moynihan Station on Thursday February 11th.  LULU (Yueming Qu) carried her sketchbook, doing these live sketches at the runway show.


    At the front row there were the singer Tashiana Washington, actress Arden Cho and Miss Universe Pia Wurtzbach.




    “This season it’s a little bit more dressed up, but still very urban,”

    said Christopher Kunz backstage before the Nicholas K show.


    Nicholas K siblings Christopher and Nicholas Kunz channeled BASE jumpers for spring.

    “We call it ‘Terminal Velocity’ because it’s really high-energy, really adrenaline-packed,” Nicholas said of the lineup.